How Did The Ape Rebellion Affect Our Society

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Kogre Keenly had been the emperor of the apes in the Amazon rainforest since the death of his father five years ago. Every day, he would oversee his vast multi-species empire and enjoy the best life an ape could possibly wish for. Under extreme surpluses of food and other resources, however, the ruling class of ape nobles started an inevitable transition of greed and corruption. This led to the human peasants at the bottom to feel an extreme increase in taxes and pricing inflation. Over time, the lower classes of society felt such pressure to provide for their families that they practically had to resist the law to do so. Slowly but surely, those who could no longer maintain a stable life started rebelling against this unjust and corrupt rule. Through hundreds of years of advancements, however, the apes had invented such unbelievable technology that this revolution ended in merely three days. With more than a ninety-percent human death rate and a less than one-percent ape death rate, the apes successfully defended their authoritative title but also gained a tremendously dangerous, egotistic character. Even though this…show more content…
This so-called “self-defence initiative” was actually a secret organization supervised by Jigee and Kogre to remove all threats or possible threats to the ape empire. It had been founded for nearly a century and had executed more than six-million protesters in this time. For both Jigee and Kogre, such an extermination mission was nothing out of the ordinary, even though it was practically the mass murder of millions of people. Since there were nearly eighty different intelligent species in the Amazon rainforest, both Jigee and Kogre felt that annihilating one of them would not pose a problem. They executed this plan and caused a long month of mass murder with millions of deaths staining the forest

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